Before we take a deep dive into Arabic conversations, let’s get some basics down. This lesson will teach you how to say hello, goodbye, see you tomorrow and other useful phrases in Arabic.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Arabic“.
Arabic in 3 Minutes – How to Greet People in Arabic
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Good morning! / Good Day!
sabah al khir!
masa' al khir!
تصبح على خير!
tesbah ala kheir! 
ahlan wa sahlan!
ahlan wa sahlan!
ahlan le awdatak!
منذ فترة طويلة جدا!
mondzo fatrah tawilah jidan!
See you tomorrow!
أراك غدا!, أراكِ غدا!
Get out of here!
أخرج من هنا!
okhroj men hona!
1 We use 'tabat laylatak' when we want to say 'Have a good night!'. We use 'tesbah ala kheir' when we want to wish someone a good sleep.2 When talking to a man. 3 When talking to a woman.
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